Located just beside the Kuah Jetty, the Royal Langkawi Yacht Club Marina features 250-berths, various facilities and can accommodate mega-yachts of up to 90 meters.
Kuah Jetty is the primary ferry terminal for those travelling to and fro the island of Langkawi. Located beside the Eagle Square and at the southern tip of the island, the Kuah jetty provides transportation between various places on the mainland (such as Kuala Kedah and Kuala Perlis) as well as ferry/boat service to Satun, Thailand.
The terminal complex also includes various facilities such as large waiting area, shopping and eatery outlets as well as a big outdoor parking area.
Touted as Malaysia’s first tethered helium balloon ride, SkyTour Langkawi can be found located at the large open car park area beside the Kuah Jetty.
The major (or capital) town of Langkawi, Kuah is famous for its rows of duty free shops selling various imported products at tax free prices such as alcoholic beverages (liquors, beers, etc), confectionery (chocolates, cookies), tobacco and perfumes. It would be a good idea for one to go shop by shop to get the best offer for a product. Apart from duty free shops, there are banks, restaurants, hotels as well as offices. The town center itself is small and can be easily covered via a walk within half a day. During weekends, there will be a night market starting in the late evening.